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Underlying inflation pressures gradually easing

There was positive news for the Bank of Canada this week, as core inflation eased further in March. While our new house price forecasts imply there will be less disinflationary pressure from shelter prices this year than we previously anticipated, the March data offered tentative signs that food price inflation will fall faster than we expected.

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